Revised edition of my personal logomark (now also added: the M for Manuel, my second name; year of birth). If there are any suggestions to improve, tell me! I would really appreciate it.
10 months ago
Looks pretty nice and I also love the simplicity. But in my opinion it is to abstract. A logo must represent your work and also information about you, and I think that nobody is able to see your initials or something.
@Dominik Martin Your right, but i also think sometimes its better to have an abstract logo because it makes people think about the logo and so they will keep it in their mind.
I actually do see an L and an A behind the L. Good job though!
I see multiple letters.. 3 L's and 4 A's, so yeah, if you search for them, you definetely notice them, even multiple times if you have a good imagination.
I'm not too sure about your year of birth, but I don't see anything wrong with that. good job, keep it up.
you could think about how it will look like in a smaller size like 100x100px, like if you would use it for your future website! maybe you would have to make the lines thicker.
Thanks a lot @Daniel Keller. Indeed! There are plenty ways to build the letters with some imagination.
Going to give it a try with thicker lines.. Good argument!
Love this! It reminds me a little bit of the monograms that Arts & Crafts era designers and printers would use, but a completely new, modern take on it.
4 months ago
Thanks @Joseph Alessio, really appreciated!!
3 months ago
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